“Naked” Movie Review
“Naked” is a movie directed by Michael Fassbender, starring Matt Damon and directed by Stanley Kubrick. Damon plays an FBI agent who comes in from retirement to work for the CIA and discover a conspiracy that has been going on for many years. With a cast of characters that seem to blend into one another like V.I. Joe from GI Joe and an FBI agent with a mind as sharp as a bullet, this movie is a definite must see.
The movie starts out with a montage of scenes in different locations across the country. The scenes take place in cities ranging from New York City, LA, Las Vegas, and San Francisco, among other places. The entire film is shot in black and white, but as you move through the different locations in the film you will begin to see more color as the film progresses. After moving into Los Angeles and Las Vegas Damon and Fassbender begin to show their skills as actors with some great acting scenes.
After getting to know each other, Damon falls head over heels with the beautiful Palicki Nude. The two get along so well that they decide to marry. It’s just a normal day, when things turn out a bit better than what was expected.
The love between Damon and the sexy Julianne Palicki Nude starts to grow deeper, but Damon is having a tough time keeping the relationship under wraps. He tells her that he is still married, but she knows that he isn’t. When Damon takes off with his lover in a limo, Palicki is suspicious. She begins to follow him, and when she does find out that they are together, she tells her own husband about the affair.
After Damon is arrested, Palicki nude begins to look for answers on the crime, even going as far as to call her boyfriend to find out where they’re headed. After being caught in a lie, the boyfriend tells her that they need to get help, and so they run into the FBI agent. from the beginning of the film. After the two get help from each other, they start to uncover secrets that have been hidden away for years.
This movie has been getting a lot of positive reviews from both viewers and critics. The movie was made for only two hours, so it is easy to forget about the big plot twist at the end of the movie. The plot is solid, but not too complex, but that’s what makes it good.